Seven weeks into TNA's move of Impact to Monday nights, they finally got some half decent ratings news, as TNA drew their highest rating since week one of their move drawing a 0.95 rating (with quarters of 0.91, 1.02, 1.04, 1.02, 0.82, 0.95, 0.87 and 0.94). Meanwhile, WWE drew their lowest rating since December 2008 with a 3.05 rating (off of hours of 3.00 and 3.10). So the unique combination of WWE's creative chaos and seriously depleted roster thanks to the Raw wrestlers being stranded in the UK and TNA doing a world title change in a surprisingly focused and disciplined way led to this ratings cheer for TNA. Having the first hour unopposed helped a bit as well, though perhaps not as much as TNA would have hoped two weeks ago. Next week's Impact will probably get another embarrassing hammering in the ratings as both hours will be opposed against the first two hour's of WWE's three hour Draft show which is traditionally one of the highest rated Raw's of the year, but hopefully this is the start of a slow ratings turnaround for TNA and not the best they can achieve on Monday nights.